b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentPROCEDURE CONTINUEDDemonstrates safety during the blockade, including:Confirming site of surgery has been marked, and confirming site ofregional techniqueAttaches appropriate monitoringEstablishes intravenous accessRN_C_12Positioning of patientSALUS 1,8 S Identification of anatomical landmarks Mini-CEXUse of aseptic techniqueSelection of appropriate needleSelecting, checking, drawing up, diluting, and labelling of drugs forinjectionChecking for inadvertent intravenous and intraneural administrationRN_C_13 6 K Describes basic relevant physics and clinical application of ultrasound toMCAIregional anaesthesiaRN_C_14 8 S Demonstrates appropriate skills in the specific area of neuraxial blockade DOPSRN_C_15 6 K Describes the midline and paramedian approaches to the sub-arachnoidMCAIspace and epidural spaceDescribes how to assesses the adequacy of a regional techniqueRN_C_16 8 S Outlines management of incomplete or failed regional blockade CBDDiscusses rescue techniquesDiscusses the principles of continuous epidural infusionsRN_C_17 8 K Describes clinical situations in which epidural blockade or combined MCAIspinal/epidural may be indicated in preference to spinal anaesthesia aloneShows the ability to correctly manage the theatre environment with an awake or sedated patientDemonstrates methods of sedation used in conjunction with regional RN_C_18 4,8 A,S anaesthesia Mini-CEXShows consideration for the views of patients, surgeons and theatre team with regard to surgery under regional blockade Manages patients with combined general and regional anaesthesiaRN_C_19 6 K Describes the prevention and management of nausea, hypotension andCBDbradycardia associated with a central neuraxial blockDescribes the management of immediate complicationsaccidental total spinalaccidental dural tapRN_C_20 8 K,S post-dural puncture headache MCAIlocal anaesthetic toxicity: signs and symptoms management and the use of intra-lipidaccidental intravenous administration of local anaesthetic drugs: signs, symptoms, managementRN_C_21 8 S Documents the procedure and any complications DOPSDescribes how to recognise, diagnose and manage delayedRN_C_22 8 K complications, including but not limited to haematoma, nerve injury, MCAIepidural abscess and meningitis50 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'